Kabul. After the withdrawal of US and NATO forces, there is a huge conflict in Afghanistan. The situation has become serious due to the ongoing conflict between Taliban and Afghanistan security forces. In the past few weeks, the Taliban have captured several districts in Afghanistan, including the country’s northeastern province of Takhar. According to statistics, the Taliban has captured 140 districts. Heavy clashes are taking place between Afghan forces and the Taliban in many cities of Afghanistan. According to Afghan watchers, there have been 28 incidents in the last 24 hours. The United Nations said on Tuesday that fighting between Afghan security forces and the Taliban at Lashkar Gah has killed at least 40 civilians and injured more than 100 during this time period.
Among those killed at Lashkar Gah are Matiullah Khan, the police chief of Helmand’s Nawazad district, and Imdadullah, an adviser to the Nangarhar Provincial Council, which works with US special forces. Afghan forces fought the Taliban at Lashkar Gah as fighting intensified in the city of southern Helmand province.
Afghanistan accused these organizations
Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar and UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Deborah Lyon on Tuesday discussed human rights violations by the Taliban in the country. Atmar expressed concern over an increase in Taliban attacks on populated cities and centers, including the capital Kabul. According to local news channels, he appealed to the United Nations and the international community to put pressure on the Taliban against the increasing crimes in the country.
Atmar named Pakistan-based terrorist groups and other terrorist organizations backing the Taliban. Minister Atmar noted that Taliban attacks were carried out by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Ansarullah, Jundallah, Al-Qaeda, East Turkistan, Islamic Movement (ETIM), and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. (IMU) were made in direct collusion with over 10,000 regional terrorists.
Meanwhile, public support for the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) fighting the Taliban is growing. In Herat, where the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) office was attacked, people raised slogans in favor of security forces. Local media reports that there has been no electricity in Herat for the past six days.
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